IPL Governing Council convenes meeting to review various sponsorship deals after India-China border skirmish

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IPL Governing Council introduced that they are going to be meeting subsequent week to review the various sponsorship deals related to the match.

VIVO IPL trophy. (Courtesy by BCCI)

VIVO IPL trophy. (Courtesy by BCCI)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • IPL Governing Council has convened a meeting subsequent week to review IPL’s various sponsorship deals
  • BCCI treasurer Arun Dhumal mentioned that the board is open to reviewing its sponsorship coverage
  • In December final yr, Vivo retained the title sponsorship rights for the IPL for a whopping Rs 2,199 crore
Indian Premier League’s Governing Council on Friday introduced that they’ve convened a meeting subsequent week to review IPL’s various sponsorship deals within the wake of the India-China border skirmish.

Following the clashes between Indian and Chinese military troopers at Ladakh’s Galwan valley, there was huge outrage in India the place persons are demanding to ban using all Chinese merchandise.

Social media is already abuzz with followers calling for BCCI to take away Vivo, a Chinese cellphone producer, because the title sponsor of the Indian Premier League.

IPL’s official Twitter deal with confirmed the information, stating that the GC would have a meeting subsequent week to take a remaining name on the matter.

“Taking note of the border skirmish that resulted in the martyrdom of our brave jawans, the IPL Governing Council has convened a meeting next week to review IPL’s various sponsorship deals,” acknowledged IPL.

In December final yr, Vivo retained the title sponsorship rights for the IPL for a whopping Rs 2,199 crore over a interval of 5 years.

“BCCI has created an infrastructure of thousands of crores in the country. If a Chinese company is earning money from the Indian consumer and paying it to the BCCI, which in turn is giving a 40 per cent tax to the government, then I believe we are helping the Indian cause,” Treasurer Arun Dhumal had mentioned.

“If there is a directive from the government that no Chinese product or services will be allowed in the country, BCCI will be happy to adhere to it. But in the absence of any such order and if that money is being used in India, and for the betterment of Indian cricket, then I don’t see any issue with it.”

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